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    Changes in the Covalence Ethical Quote, Financial Performance and Financial Reporting Quality.Fayez A. Elayan, Jingyu Li, Zhefeng Frank Liu, Thomas O. Meyer & Sandra Felton - 2016 - Journal of Business Ethics 134 (3):369-395.
    We examine the equity valuation effect of press releases of upgrades or downgrades reflected in the Covalence Ethical Quote, an index ranking the ethical performance of multinational firms. The index is updated quarterly and is comprehensive enough to include 45 criteria reflecting working conditions, impact of product, impact of production, and company institutional impact. Thus, it captures many dimensions of firms’ ethical performance that are not accounted for in previous research. Our research encompasses a joint test of the value relevance (...)
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    Perceptions of Accountants' Ethics: Evidence From Their Portrayal in Cinema. [REVIEW]Sandra Felton, Tony Dimnik & Darlene Bay - 2008 - Journal of Business Ethics 83 (2):217 - 232.
    This article examines popular representations of accountants’ ethics by studying their depiction in cinema. As a medium that both reflects and shapes public opinion, films provide a useful resource for exploring the portrayal of the profession’s ethics. We employ a values theoretical framework to analyze 110 movie accountants on their basic ethical character, ethical behavior, and values. We use factor analysis to reduce 22 personal characteristics to five factors encompassing two terminal and three instrumental value sets, which we relate to (...)
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    Perceptions of Accountants’ Ethics: Evidence From Their Portrayal in Cinema.Sandra Felton, Tony Dimnik & Darlene Bay - 2008 - Journal of Business Ethics 83 (2):217-232.
    This article examines popular representations of accountants' ethics by studying their depiction in cinema. As a medium that both reflects and shapes public opinion, films provide a useful resource for exploring the portrayal of the profession's ethics. We employ a values theoretical framework to analyze 110 movie accountants on their basic ethical character, ethical behavior, and values. We use factor analysis to reduce 22 personal characteristics to five factors encompassing two terminal and three instrumental value sets, which we relate to (...)
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